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 =====An Inflatable Pattern Language=====  =====An Inflatable Pattern Language===== 
 +by [[Cocky Eek]]
  
 Architects of Air [UK] are creating every year a new inflatable structure where people can be moved to a sense of wonder at the phenomenon of light it aims to bring a visual surprise and excitement into the everyday environment. There structures are working quite well and I Architects of Air [UK] are creating every year a new inflatable structure where people can be moved to a sense of wonder at the phenomenon of light it aims to bring a visual surprise and excitement into the everyday environment. There structures are working quite well and I
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 +==more on inflables:==
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 +  * [[Inflatable Inspirations]]: 15 sections of visual -Inflatable Inspirations-. Each section by far don't give a complete overview in its field but I hope all works are, in one way or another, inspiring and can lead to new vibrations...
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 +  *[[pneumatology]]: Lightness as a state of being. Some problem domains in our contemporary architecture. 
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 +  * [[Pattern_language]] A summary of Christopher Alexander’s -Pattern Language-  to create a timeless way of building. This pattern language is based on the actions which takes place in space and time which makes one feel “alive”. 
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 +  *[[Design Considerations For Inflatable Structures]]:  the most common obstacles one comes across in inflatable structures are mentioned. No solutions will be given to any design problem, but some suggestions will be given so now and then… 
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 +  *[[Inflatable Links]]: An inventory of links for innovative //inflatable//- manufacturers, research labs, producers and other people working with inflatables both from the artistic and in the technological field, and links with innovative //inflatable// architecture, objects,  & robots\\
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 +  * [Related reading notes: [[The Timeless Way Of Building]] by Christopher Alexander, [[Cradle to Cradle]] by [[William McDonough]] & Michael Braungart,  [[The Eyes of the Skin]] by Juhani Pallasmaa]
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 +  *[[Research Report Cocky Eek]]\\
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